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PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM 
KWOOLOf INDUSTRIAL ART 




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FASHION SHOW PROGRAM 
COSTUME DESIGN, 1934 



INTRODUCTION 

The Pennsylvania Museum School of Industrial Art is a school designed 
to meet the requirements of students who intend to enter a field of industry 
to which art is allied. There are opportunities for students who wish to 
develop their talents in Costume Design when they have been trained 
professionally. 

The Fashion Show is presented by students of Costume Design who are 
taught to design according to the selection of fabric, and to cut and make 
these garments according to current trends of fashion. 



ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 



WE APPRECIATE THE CO-OPERATION OF THE FOLLOWING MANUFAC- 
TURERS OF FABRICS: 



AMERICAN BEMBERG ASSOCIATION 

AMERICAN WOOLEN COMPANY, INC. 

AMERITEX-SUDANETTE 

ARDROSS WORSTED COMPANY 

F. A. BACHMAN & CO., INC. 

BELDING-HEMINWAY-CORTICELLI 

BLOOMSBURG SILK MILLS 

SIDNEY BLUMENJHAL & CO., INC. 

BOTANY WORSTED MILLS 

CELANESE CORPORATION OF AMERICA 

CHENEY SILKS 

CONTINENTAL MILLS, INC. 

CROMPTON-RICHMOND CO., INC. 

DUMARI TEXTILE COMPANY, INC. 

C. K. EAGLE AND COMPANY, INC. 

N. ERLANGER-BLUMGART & CO., INC. 

FEDERATED TEXTILES, INC. 

FOLWELL BROTHERS AND COMPANY, INC. 

JULIUS FORSTMANN & CO., INC. 



FULLER FABRICS CORPORATION 

HENRY GLASS & COMPANY 

HAAS BROTHERS FABRICS CORPORATION 

HAMILTON WOOLEN COMPANY, INC. 

WM. HELLER, INC. 

B. M. KAUFFMAN, INC. 

LIBERTY LACE & NETTING WORKS 

LORRAINE MANUFACTURING CO., INC. 

H. R. MALLINSON & CO., INC. 

MARSHALL, FIELD & COMPANY, INC 

ONONDAGA SILK COMPANY, INC. 

WM. OPENHYM AND SONS 

PACIFIC MILLS 

PASSAIC WOOLFLEX MFG. CO. (Lastex) 

STEHLI SILKS CORPORATION 

L. & E. STIRN, INC. 

S. STROOCK & CO., INC. 

TRIPPE-BARKER & CO. 

WALTHER MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



Sponging by courtesy of SCHWARZWAELDER FINISHING CO., Philadelphia 

Bridal Ensemble foundation garments by WARNER BROS. CO. 

Bridal Shoes by LAIRD-SCHOBER 

Bridal Bouquets by H. H. BATTLES 

Hats by JOHN Wanamaker 

Sports Accessories by STRAWBRIDGE AND CLOTHIER 

Bags by B. F. DEWEES 

Gloves and Jewelry by THE BLUM STORE 

Orchids by THOMAS YOUNG NURSERIES 



A DAY AT BANFF 



AS PRESENTED BY THE COSTUME DESIGN CLASSES OF THE 
PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM'S SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART, 1934 



These Classes are under the direction of MlSS ALTHEA LILIAN RlCKERT, 

Miss Hilda L. Orth and Miss Emily Raffels. 

Banff scenery designed by BERTHA LANDOW 

Developed from the original sketch by RUPERT MUCH 

Under the direction of CLYDE SHULER 

Back Drop painted by SPARKS STUDIO 

Banff Lighting arranged and executed by JOHN OBOLD 

Music, especially arranged for this program and under 

the direction of HENRI ELKAN 

Mannequins directed by NONNY GARDNER 

Program Cover by JOHN EVES 



The costumes shown in classified groups, have been designed for a definite 
purpose. The background of Banff, the social and sports activities, modes 
of transportation, and varying climatic conditions of this resort, were set 
up for the class, that the students might relate their talents to a special 
project. 



MORNING AT BANFF 



1 . Fore 

2. Coaster Brake 

3. Stroller 

4. Tiger Rag 

5. Nautica 

6. Tee Off 

7. Leo 

8. Thoroughbred 

9. Ship Ahoy 

10. Orangeade 

1 1 . Surf and Sand 

12. Brunch 

1 3. Daniel Boone 

14. Snow Cap 

1 5. Linmoss 

16. The Trotter 

1 7. Blarney Stone 

1 8. Junior League 

19. Walnut Street 

20. Contrast 

21. Collar Maid 

22. Heather Glen 

23. Deauville 

24. Cloudburst 

25. Thistle 

26. Mango 

27. Miami 

28. Merry-Go-Round 

29. Race Track 

30. Town and Country 

31 . Tom Boy 

32. Oatmeal 

33. Darby 

34. La Rue Ensemble 

35. Arlington Downs 



COSTUME DESIGNED BY 
F. Esther Wolfenden, Junior 
Katherine Cole, Sophomore 
Copper by John Obold 
Rena Friedman, Evening 
Katherine Thayer, Senior 
Edna Noble, Junior 
Veronica Bowman, Evening 
Jean Fishburn, Sophomore 
Nancy Putnam, Junior 
Leokadye Surowski, Sophomore 
Albina Garlianska, Sophomore 
F. Esther Wolfenden, Junior 
Ruth Gretz, Sophomore 
Patsy Egan, Evening 
Helen Werner, Junior 
Albert Berman, Evening 
Julia Callahan, Evening 
Carmen Rodriquez, Evening 
Maude Hamilton, Evening 
Albert Zuccarini, Evening 
Virginia Shumar, Sophomore 
Johanna Backall, Evening 
Gula Stanley, Evening 
Ralph Patchett, Evening 
Mitzi Hirsch, Junior 
Dorothy Diehl, Junior 
Frances Hull, Junior 
Dorothea Coffman, Senior 
Katherine Cole, Sophomore 
Dorothy Shutter, Evening 
Priscilla Gidney, Junior 
Dorothy Diehl, Junior 
Martha Moorhouse, Junior 
Gladys Toutkoushian, Senior 
Charlotte Weber, Junior 
Nancy Putnam, Junior 
Links by John Obold 



AFTERNOON AT BANFF 



36. 


Swish 


37. 


Berkley Square 


38. 


Onlooker 


39. 


Streamline 


40. 


Apres Midi 


41. 


Pal Mai 


42. 


Azalea 


43. 


Traveler 


44. 


Honey Beige 


45. 


Algerian 


46. 


Symphony 


47. 


Printemps 


48. 


Street Scene 


49. 


Rib-o-Faille 


50. 


Park Avenue 


51. 


Rio 


52. 


Elegante 


53. 


Cornflower 


54. 


Cheerio 


55. 


Spring Fever 


56. 


Luscious 


57. 


Summer Sky 


58. 


Shalaire Verte 


59. 


Sea Glades 


60. 


Heat Wave 


61. 


Alimony 


62. 


Bellevue 


63. 


Spring Meadows 


64. 


By Candlelight 


65. 


Tea Rose 



COSTUME DESIGNED BY 

Muriel Quinn, Sophomore 
Mifzi Hirsch, Junior 
Vanita Anselm, Evening 
Ruth Taylor, Evening 
Caroline Haas, Junior 
Edna Noble, Junior 

Pin by John Obold 
Helen Werner, Junior 
Caroline Haas, Junior 
Leokadya Surowski, Sophomore 
Virginia Shumar, Sophomore 
Anna Gusitoff, Evening 
Charlotte Weber, Junior 
Mildred Montgomery, Sophomore 
Ella Yeager, Sophomore 
Elizabeth Stewart, Evening 
Betty Brilliant, Evening 
Eleanor Robbert, Evening 
Eleanor Pierce, Evening 
Jean Fishburn, Sophomore 
Dorothy Diehl, Junior 
Muriel Quinn, Sophomore 
Ruth Taylor, Evening 
F. Esther Wolfenden, Junior 
Jane Roche, Evening 
Edith Warner, Sophomore 
Beatrice Murray, Sophomore 
Eleanor Jones, Evening 
Ella Yeager, Sophomore 
Priscilla Gidney, Junior 
Priscilla Gidney, Junior 



EVENING AT BANFF 







COSTUME DESIGNED BY 


66. 


Star Dust 


Frances Hull, Junior 


67. 


Mariposa 


Betty McClelland, Evening 


68. 


Absinthe Frappe 


Jean Marsh, Evening 


69. 


Flame 


Nancy Putnam, Junior 


70. 


Carnival 


Ruth Gretz, Sophomore 


71. 


Mardi Gras 


Eleanor Robbert, Evening 


72. 


Check Mate 


Martha Moorhouse, Junior 


73. 


Blue Hour 


Katherine Thayer, Senior 


74. 


Soiree 


Ralph Patchett, Evening 


75. 


Frivolity 


Edith Warner, Sophomore 


76. 


Sally 


Sarah Coleman, Sophomore 


77. 


Waltz Time 


Dorothea Coffman, Senior 



78. Bridal Ensemble 



Gladys Toutkoushian, Senior 



A Century of Fashion 
Costume of 1834 
Costume of 1 894 



Lent by WM.OPENHYM ANDSONS 
Lent by WM.OPENHYM ANDSONS 



79. Costume of 1934 



Dorothy Diehl, Junior 



JUDGES 



Mrs. George S. G. Cavendish, Chairman, Philadelphia 

Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe, Philadelphia 

Mrs. John Story Jenks, Philadelphia 

Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, Philadelphia 

MRS. P. A. B. WlDENER, 2ND, Philadelphia 
Members of Associate Committee of Women 

Miss Alice Dowd, New York 

Promotional Director for Warner Bros. Co., Lcird-Schober, Bethlehem Textiles 

Miss Katherine Casey, New York 

Fashion and Merchandise Counselor 

Miss Mabel Woodrow, Philadelphia 

Art Director, John Wanamaker 

Mrs. Katherine Coolbaugh, Wilmington, Del. 

Ready-to-Wear Buyer, Kennard-Pyle 

Miss Helen Cookman, New York 

American Designer. President Hampton Coat Co. 

Through the interest of the Associate Committee of Women of the Penn- 
sylvania Museum School of Industrial Art, prizes are presented each year 
for costumes judged worthy in design and technique. The award of prizes 
will be made at the commencement in June.